Cona Elder Law Teams Up with The Bristal to Volunteer at The INN Soup Kitchen - Cona Elder Law

Cona Elder Law Teams Up with The Bristal to Volunteer at The INN Soup Kitchen

The holidays are over, but people on Long Island are still in need...

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Cona Elder Law has teamed up with The Bristal to continue the spirit of giving into the New Year. Cona Elder Law and The Bristal will be preparing and serving meals at The Interfaith Nutrition Network (The INN) soup kitchen in Hempstead on February 11, 2014.
 
The INN was founded in 1983 as a single soup kitchen run by a small group of volunteers. The volunteers discovered that there were large numbers of hungry people on Long Island. They formed an interfaith network of soup kitchens, opening kitchens in Hempstead, Long Beach, Freeport and Central Islip. Today, there are a total of 19 soup kitchens operating as part of The INN's network across Long Island. 400 people are served each day and more than 7,500 people are fed each week.
 
Cona Elder Law is collecting needed items to donate to The INN. Please join us in supporting The INN by bringing any of the items listed below to the Susan C. Snowe Caregiver Resource Center, located in Cona Elder Law's office at 225 Broadhollow Road in Melville.


Items will be accepted until February 7, 2014.

Non-perishable food items:
Canned meats                                                 
Syrup                                                              
Powdered milk                                                           
Packaged pasta (macaroni & cheese, etc.)     
Juice boxes                                                    
Canned juices                                                 
Canned beans                                                 
Spam                                                              
Canned gravy
Granulated sugar                                            
Baby food & cereal (glass jars accepted)    
Baby formula (Enfamil/Similac)                    
Granola bars                                                   
Cereal bars                                                     
Hot and cold cereals  
Pancake mix
Canned tuna and salmon
Cake mixes
Peanut butter
Canned or dry soups
Canned stews and chili
Jelly (no glass)
Tea bags
Coffee (ground only - no whole beans)
Rice
Canned vegetables
Canned fruits
Canned pasta (i.e., Spaghetti "O's")
 
Personal Care (travel sizes preferred):
Toothpaste                                                                                              
Toothbrushes                                                                          
Deodorant                                                       
Disposable razors                                          
Hair brushes and combs
Shaving cream
Mouthwash
Shampoo and conditioner
Facial and toilet tissue
Soap                           
Towels
Laundry bags and laundry baskets
Socks (new)
Men's underwear (new)

Baby Items:
Baby wipes                        
Baby formula
Diapers
Baby clothes
Baby socks
Baby t-shirts
 
Immediate Needs:
Toothpaste
Deodorant
Razors
Undergarments (men, women and children)
Umbrellas
Pampers (all sizes, but especially 4 & 5)
Pajamas (men, woman and children)
Metro cards
Towels (body, face and wash cloths)
 
For Emergency Shelters:
New sheets (full & twin)
New towels  

 

We thank you for your support and
continued help for our local communities!

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Sponsored by:
Cona Elder Law, LLP
&
The Bristal Assisted Living


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Cona Elder Law is a full service law firm based in Melville, LI. Our firm concentrates in the areas of elder law, estate planning, estate administration and litigation, special needs planning and health care facility representation. We are proud to have been recognized for our innovative strategies, creative techniques and unparalleled negotiating skills unendingly driven toward our paramount objective - satisfying the needs of our clients.

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